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post #11 of 13 (permalink) Old 25-10-2008, 08:27
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Originally Posted by Bagshanty
I took over 1500 photos, so the photos on my web site are only a tiny selection.

The 2009 Mediterranean Festival of Culture & Camping at Alanya will commence the day Ramazan ends, which I believe is mid Sept next year
Hi Andy,

Welcome home.

I've been following your trip with interest, look forward to reading the rest.

We are off to Turkey on the 27th December chasing the winter sun.

Ramadan 2008 started on the 1st September and moves forward about 10/11 days each year so Ramadan 2009 will be starting about the 21st August.

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post #12 of 13 (permalink) Old 25-10-2008, 08:37
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I hope that you enjoyed it as much as we did many years ago when things were maybe a little wilder.
We chucked a tent in the back of the car along with our then 4 year old daughter (19 years ago) and we drove to Turkey and spent 7 weeks touring and in off the tourist route.
Nice people.
You have rekindled my memories, thanks
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We were part of the GB Privilege group that Bagshanty refers to.
Altogether there were 20 motorhomes touring Turkey for 4 weeks and I am sure that I can say from all of us that we had the most fantastic time.
Turkey is such a wonderful country, the scenery is breathtaking, the people are so friendly and welcoming, most of the campsites were okay, the roads were mostly drivable and we all ate very well. The only thing against Turkey is the price of diesel!!!
It also must be said that GB Privilege is a brilliant company, extremely well organized and Kevin and Nurcan our tour directors were just fantastic, nothing was too much trouble and they looked after us beautifully.
We would recommend Turkey and GB Privilege to everyone.
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